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“Please note that Emirates Airline never requests payment or fees for processing of job applications,” noted Emirates in a press statement released on Tuesday.
The release warns the public against such person’s claiming to work for or on behalf of Emirates who are asking them for money in exchange for job opportunities with Emirates.
“All Emirates jobs are advertised on our official career website,” it affirms.
The statement further reveals that the fraudsters use an official Emirates email address ending with @emirates.com.
Emirates confirmed that it always conducts interviews before determining a suitable candidate for a job vacancy.
The public is therefore informed that Emirates Airline is not undertaking any kind of recruitment in Uganda at the moment except through our official procedure as stated above.
“If you receive emails of this type, ignore them and report them to Emirates Airline and the authorities. You should not respond to these emails; or send money to any person or pay money to any bank account,” sates the release.